Laurence Barron, Chairman of Airbus Group China, on the company’s growth in China’s expanding aviation sector
Long the purveyors of advanced skills and knowledge, Chinese sea turtles, or overseas returnees, are now finding a different environment back home.
Given the current demographic trends, how companies should gear up to manage an older workforce.
Family business succession planning is always tricky. In China it is also fraught with cultural complexities.
Succession planning is something boards need to think about constantly, and not just when the CEO is due to retire.
Succession planning in family business is often the cause of much stress. Are there ways of making the transition smooth while mitigating the risks involved?
Western consultancies are facing questions in China. Can Chinese companies capitalize on the moment?
Gary Hamel, the Godfather of Management 2.0, on reengineering the DNA of organizations based on, among other things, the principles of markets.
Boards are integrating, slowly. But so far the proportion of women on corporate boards is still minuscule.
Why the cost of discrimination in terms of race, gender or sexual orientation is so high, and why prejudice makes us all poorer.